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Orange County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
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Top three issues in more detail

By Esiquio Ramos Uballe

Candidate for Member of the State Assembly; District 72; Democratic Party

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This is a brief outline of the top three priorities of Dr. Esiquio Uballe's campaign
#1 Issue: Break through the California LOGJAM! California needs a majority vote (50% + 1) for the budget.

We need to put a majority vote budget on the ballot in November changing the vote requirement to pass a budget from two-thirds to a simple majority.

#2: Rebuild California's Dream The people of California deserve a government that supports their hard work and shares their hopes for the future. We need green, safe jobs at a fair wage and with benefits to rescue California's middle class. Lift at-risk families and working poor families out of poverty so they can become independent and lead self-sufficient lives; We need to create a robust economy and business climate that creates jobs and economic opportunity for all and the tax base for the programs and policies we champion. Our middle class is under attack and we should not increase taxes for those earning less than $250,000 a year, but corporations and the top 1% need to pay their fair share.

# 3: Protect California's Future: Stop furloughing our children's future! California's children must have access to a free, individually appropriate, high-quality public education from preschool through grade 12. Promote in-school efforts for educational development, access to reasonably priced childcare, universal pre-school and early development centers; Stop the attack on our college age youth! Restore class sizes. Enact AB 656 and make corporations pay their fair share, particularly the Oil Companies. Teachers are the stewards of our future. They should be well paid and work in safe learning environments with up-to-date equipment and learning tools.

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